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BenQ XL2430T
BenQ unveils gamer XL2430T & EZ2450L with AdobeRGB

05 Aug 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

BenQ’s XL series of monitors is well-known in the gaming environment. The latest is called XL2430T and is offers a 144 Hz gaming experience. BenQ has also announced EZ2450L with a slim bezel.

BenQ XL2430T and EZ2450L

XL2430T is the latest gaming monitor from BenQ. It has a 144 Hz TN panel, 1 ms (g2g) response time and 1920x1080 pixel resolution. There are no major changes from BenQ’s previous versions, but there are several minor updates.

BenQ XL2430T


24-inch XL2430T has a redesigned stand, but is still built from matte black plastic. The monitor also offer BenQ’s flicker-free backlight and “motion blur reduction”, basically a strobe backlight feature first introduced in the Z version of the monitor that helps reduce motion blur. Several Game Mode color presets are also integrated, and it can be connect to a PC via DVI, 2xHDMI, D-SUB and DisplayPort. There is no mention of 3D.

BenQ has also announced the 24-inch EZ2450L with a very slim bezel. This monitor features an IPS panel and is able to reproduce 100% sRGB and 95% AdobeRGB for photographers and graphics artists. Additionally, it promises Full HD resolution and a flicker-free backlight.

BenQ EZ2450L


EZ2450L has built-in speakers and can be connected via HDMI and D-SUB. It also offers a headphone hack. Ergonomic adjustability is limited to tilting.

BenQ XL2430T and EZ2450L will be available later this year. No pricing details have been announced.

- Source: BenQ (1 & 2)



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